Now that I've got your attention? Those of you that have raised keets know that there ain't no such thing as "Guinea Starter" on the shelf. I bought the Gamebird/Showbird Feed, but mixed a *limited* amount of Medicated (with Amprolium) Chick Starter for better protection from coccidia, as my keets share a divided brooder with twenty-six newly hatched chicks.  CAUTION: My theory that the tremendous appetite of my keets may result in overdosing them appears to be in error, as PeepsCA suggested that underdosing with Amprolium may actually do more harm than good ... [/edit] I stressed *LIMITED* amount, as these fowl are eatin' machines ... fear they'd easily OD on medication(s) and/or supplement(s).  One far more experienced has suggested that I may be doing more harm than good by limiting their intake of Amprolium, and that his many guineas/keets appear to have never suffered any harm -- see PeepsCA's post below.[/edit] I also added wheat germ and, recently, have introduced a small amount of rolled oats. Now that they're gettin' a bit older? I've begun adding the smaller seeds from a songbird mix, after slightly crushing them. If not for fears of disease, I'd just leave 'em in the plate an hour or two, and return for what remains -- the cardinals picked out all the black-oil sunflower seeds. SoOo, folks ... Q: What do you suggest feeding, and at what stages of development?